An innovative new cultural and community centre in Wood Green —North London's creative hot spot
Clarendon Yards is an innovative new community and cultural centre in Wood Green. It is bringing artists, entrepreneurs and hospitality operators together to thrive under one roof in North London's newest creative hot spot.
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Clarendon Yards is Located just off Coburg Road in the heart of Wood Green's existing creative quarter. When it is finished in early 2019 Clarendon Yards will include a unique food co-working unit, an outdoor bar and yard, a hop garden, events and performance space, community allotments and more than 40,000 square foot of affordable creative workspace.
Clarendon Yards is the latest project from social entrepreneur Nick Hartwright, a sustainable regeneration expert who already has strong ties to Wood Green and the London borough of Haringey. For Clarendon Yards Hartwright has received significant funding from the Greater London Authority's Good Growth Fund and the reanimation of the site is part of a wider Haringey Council led bid. 'Connecting Wood Green' was one of just 27 successful schemes from an entry list of more than 200.
A number of tenants are on site at Clarendon Yards now. Goodwin & Goodwin is a leading creative sign making company who relocated to Clarendon Yards from their previous space at Wood Green's Chocolate Factory in March 2018. Existing local business Turnaround Publisher Services sought to retain their operations in Wood Green and has taken space at Clarendon Yards alongside many new enterprises keen to put down roots in the area. These enterprises include The Goodness Brewery & Tap, a new microbrewery set up by three Wood Green locals that will make ales and sell them in the taproom, and CrossFit North London – a holistic fitness business that focuses on group strength and conditioning classes.
Clarendon Yards is indicative of a new sustainable form of regeneration. Developer St William owns the 12-acre site which in the future will include 1,714 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, 100,000 square foot of commercial space, a new public square, landscaped courtyards and improved connectivity between the surrounding neighbourhoods of Hornsey and Alexandra Park. St William is working closely with Hartwright and his team to ensure the businesses that take space at Clarendon Yards proposer and grow.
Good design is key to everything Goodwin & Goodwin stands for. Based out of their 10,000 sq ft. workshop in North London, Goodwin & Goodwin has fast made a name for themselves in the world of Signage & Typography. They've been featured in countless design magazines and sites, on advertising agency walls, and their art graces the interiors of the hottest and hippest hotels and restaurants, private clients include pop stars and A-list celebrities.
We are The Goodness, a brewery that creates modern, hop forward and drinkable beers to enjoy with your friends and other fantastic people.
St William will unlock some of the most technically complex regeneration sites at the heart of communities across London and the South of England, creating homes for everyone.
Every development created by St William will also have its own poem, including the brand itself. These try to capture the spirit of each place and a landscape-led approach to development.
Since 1984 we have provided sales and distribution services to the British, European and Eastern book trades. We are pleased to make our books available to independent and chain bookshops, as well as to retail outlets outside of the booktrade, specialist wholesalers, school and library suppliers, galleries and museums.
CrossFit North London is a one of the largest CrossFit centres (Boxes) in London and focuses on group strength and conditioning sessions. Each 1 hour coached session is designed to be suitable for everyone of all abilities from people wanting to lose weight and tone up, kids training, post natal mums to 60+ clients and athletes. The coached sessions can be scaled (reduced or increased for your level of ability).
Collage Arts is a leading arts development, training and creative regeneration charity based in heart of Haringey's Cultural Quarter. For over 30 years, the organisation has created opportunities for greater participation in the arts and creative industries for the whole community through a range of skills and enterprise programmes, support services, arts development and heritage projects, facilities and resources.
There are a number of large exposed and industrial shoot spaces available for short term or long term hire Clarendon Yards that lend themselves perfectly to photography shoots, editorials, filming events, rehearsals and pre-production run throughs. Most spaces include three-phase power, bathrooms, and large roller shutter doors for access.